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Episode 3: Jagr, Recchi and Hall

18-06-2018

Jagr

CAREER
NHL: 1990-2008, 2011-2018?; 24 seasons, 22 quality
766G (3rd All Time), 1155A (5th) for 1921P (2nd), +322 (23rd) in 1733 games (3rd); 217 Point Shares (4th); 20:19 ATOI*
Jagr is 25th All Time in PPG
Jagr is 3rd All Time in Offensive Point Shares
In his draft class (1990), Jagr is 1st in Games, Goals, Assists, Points and Plus Minus, though he was drafted 5th overall
Era:
Of the 6 players to play in at least 1250 games between 1990 and 2008:
Jagr is 1st in Goals, GPG, Assists, APG, Points, PPG, OPS and PS, and 4th in Games
Of the 154 players to play in at least 450 games between 2011 and the present
Jagr is not in the Top 25 in any category [Though it is worth noting that I looked at this same thing in 2016 or 2017, and he was in the Top 25 in multiple categories, so it’s this last season in particular that did him in]
82-game average: 36G, 55A for 91P, +15
3-year peak (1994-97): 82-game average of 60G, 71A for 131P, +32
Possession (since 2007-08): 55.1 CF%, 5.4 CF%Rel, 54.3 FF%, 4.8 FF%Rel
Of the 154 players to play in 450 or more games since 2011, Jagr is 18th in CF%, 7th in CF%Rel, 24th in FF% and 10th in FF%Rel
Playoffs: 78G (11th All Time), 123A (9th) for 201P (5th), +30 in 208 games; 20:45 ATOI*
Playoffs Possession: 58.2 CF%, 7.6 CF%Rel, 57 FF%, 5.9 FF%Rel [Potentially out of date: Hockey-Reference removed numbers]
Adjusted: 841G (2nd), 1240A (3rd) for 2081P (3rd)
Adjusted 82-game average: 40G, 59A for 98P
Adjusted PPG:
If the qualifier is set to 1,250 games played, Jagr is 4th All Time in Adjusted PPG
If the qualifier is lowered to 1,000 games played, Jagr is 5th All Time in Adjusted PPG
If the qualifier is lowered to 750 games played, Jagr is 10th All Time in Adjusted PPG
Traded twice in his prime and traded twice during his comeback.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Hart (’99), Ted Lindsay (’99, ’00, ’06) - 3rd most all time
Art Ross (’95, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’01) - 4th most all time
Top 5 Player (by Point Shares) five times (’95, ’96, ’99, ’01, ’06), Top 10 seven times (’98, ’00)
Best Offensive Player (by OPS) twice (’99, ’06), Top 5 eight times (’95, ’96, ’97, ’98, ’00, ’01)
Scored 60 goals once (1 of only 20 players ever to do so), 50 goals thrice (1 on only 20 players), 45 goals four times, 40 goals six times (1 of only 22 players), 35 goals eight times (1 of only 22 players), 30 goals fifteen times (1 of only 2 players ever do to so - Gartner), 25 goals eighteen times (1 of only 2 players ever to do so - Howe), 20 goals nineteen times (1 of only 5 players)
Tallied 80 assists twice (1 of only 12 players ever to do so), 60 assists eight times (1 of only 10 players), 50 assists nine times (1 of only 22 players), 40 assists fifteen times (1 of only 13 players)
Scored 140 points once (1 of only 9 players ever to do so), 120 points four times (1 of only 7 players), scored 100 points five times (1 of only 18 players), 90 points ten times (1 of only 5 players), scored 70 points fifteen times (1 of only 6 players), scored 60 points eighteen times (1 of only 4 players), scored 50 points twenty times (1 of only 5 players)
Top 5 in Goals six times, Top 10 eight times
Led the league in GPG once, Top 5 seven times, Top 10 nine times
Led the league in Assists thrice, Top 5 seven times, Top 10 ten times
Led the league in APG once, Top 5 eight times, Top 10 ten times
Led the league in Points five times, Top 5 eight times, Top 10 eleven times
Led the league in PPG thrice, Top 5 nine times
Top 5 in Plus Minus twice, Top 10 thrice
1st Team All Star seven times, 1st Team All Rookie, 2nd Team once
9 All Star Games
Weekly 1st Star once, Weekly 3rd Star once.
Non-NHL:
World Championship MVP on non-medalling team.

Categories | Eligible Inducted Old Timer

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Bill Enos

Bill Enos 

 Bill grew up on the south shore of Montreal, but was born on the left coast. He has been a die-hard Canucks fan since 1989 (except those two Messier years, which he spent living in a bunker fearing the sun).  Bill has long been an avid baseball, hockey and football fan, and probably should write a book about one of them. Joining the podcast with Riley is a chance for Bill to flex his vast knowledge of hockey history without becoming a pub quiz barfly. Bill has promised to remove his green and blue coloured glasses for the podcast, but can't make any promises. 

 

Riley Haas

Riley Haas

Riley grew up watching baseball but fell in love with the Maple Leafs during the 1993 playoff run. He had his heart broken by Gretzky and didn't watch hockey again for 5 years. Starting with the 1999 Leafs playoff run Riley immersed himself in hockey again, becoming so obsessive that he eventually wrote a book about Maple Leafs mismanagement. He dates his falling out of love with the Maple Leafs from the David Clarkson contract. He is now much more of a basketball fan but still loves the history of hockey.

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